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16-Bit, 64/32-Channel, 500KSPS PMC Analog Output Board
Precision 16-Bit analog outputs: DAC per Channel. Software-configurable as either 64 single-ended outputs, or as 32 balanced-differential outputs.
Software-selectable output ranges of ±10V, ±5V, 0 to +10V, or 0 to +5V. Output clocking rates to 500K samples per second per channel with all channels active.
66MHz PCI Bus support with Block-mode and Demand-mode DMA transactions. 256K-Sample output data FIFO buffer; Configurable as open or closed (circular).
Simultaneous or sequential output clocking. Settling to 0.01 percent in 4us. Multiboard synchronization supported. Continuous and Triggered-Burst output modes support seamless waveform sequencing.
Data clocking rate controlled internally or externally. High accuracy ensured by on-demand Autocalibration of all channels, with outputs forced to zero during autocalibration.
18-Bit, 8-Input, 8-Output High-Precision Wideband 500KSPS PCI Analog Input/Output Board With Selectable Current-Loop Input Terminators
The PCI66-18AISS8AO8 provides 8 differential 18-bit analog input channels with 500KSPS sample rates per channel. It provides 8 differential 18-bit analog input channels with 500KSPS sample rates per channel. Inputs are software-configurable with or without 0-20ma current-loop input termination (500 Ohms, 0.05%, 0.4 Watt, individually selectable for each input channel). A continuous time 4-pole lowpass filter is available and selectable as FC= 80kHz or 200kHz (Custom frequencies also available). The PCI66-18AISS8AO8 also provides a hardware sync and clock I/O for multiboard synchronization.
18-Bit, 32-Channel, Differential, 1.0 MSPS, Simultaneous Sampling PMC Analog Input Board
The PMC66-18AI32SSC1M board has 32 differential analog inputs with dedicated 1.0 MSPS SAR 18-Bit ADC per channel. It provides an exceptional combination of precision with throughput and channel density on a PMC board with 66MHz/33MHz PCI compatibility and universal 5V/3.3V signaling. The board features simultaneous sampling of all inputs with minimum data skew, 256 K-Sample FIFO data buffer, continuous, burst, and single-sample clocking modes. True differential inputs minimize input noise and system interference. Input ranges are software selectable as ±10V, ±5V or ±2.5V.
16-Bit, 18-Channel, 1.0-MSPS PMC Analog Input/Output Board With 16 Simultaneously Sampled Analog Inputs, Two Analog Outputs, and Input Sampling Rates to 1.0 MSPS per channel
The 16-Bit PMC66-16AISS16AO2 analog I/O module samples and digitizes 16 input channels simultaneously at rates up to 1.0 million samples per second per channel, and the resulting 16-bit sampled data is available to the PCI bus through a 256K-Sample FIFO buffer. Sampling can be controlled in groups of 1 through 16 channels, and the sample clock can be generated either from an internal rate generator, or by software or an external source. Both burst and continuous sampling modes are supported, and input ranges are software-selectable as ±10V, ±V or ±2.5V. The inputs are divided into two channel groups, with an independent software-controlled range assignable to each group.
64-Channel, 16-Bit Simultaneous Sampling PMC Analog Input Board with Large FPGA
The 16-bit PCIe-16AI64SSC analog input board samples and digitizes 64 input channels simultaneously at rates up to 200,000 samples per second for each channel. Each input channel contains a dedicated 16-bit sampling ADC, and the resulting 16-bit sampled data is available to the PCI bus through a 1 MByte FIFO buffer. The 32-bit local data path supports full D32 local-bus data packing. Throughput capacity is further enhanced with 66MHz PCI support and increased local clock frequency. Input ranges are software selectable as ±10V, ±5V or ±2.5V.
Conduction-Cooled, 32 Differential Channels, 16-Bit Simultaneous Sampling,200 KSPS Sample Rate, 66 MHz PCI Support
The 16-Bit CCPMC66-16AI32SSA analog input board samples and digitizes up to 32 input channels simultaneously at rates up to 200,000 samples per second for each channels. Each input channel contains a dedicated 16 Bit sampling ADC, and the resulting 16 bit sampled data is available to the PCI bus through a 1 MByte FIFO buffer. The 32-Bit local data path supports full D32 local-bus data packing. Throughput capacity is further enhanced with 66MHz PCI support. All operational parameters are software configurable.
High-performance Multi-Protocol Serial I/O with Software Configurable Cable Transceivers (RS422, RS232 and others) with Rear I/O
The PMC66-SI04BXR board is a four channel serial interface card which provides high speed, full-duplex, multi-protocol serial capability for PMC applications with Rear I/O . The SIO4BX combines two multi-protocol Dual Universal Serial Controllers (USC™), 8 external FIFOs, and multi-protocol transceivers to provide four fully independent asynchronous or synchronous serial channels. Multiprotocol Transceivers support RS422 (V.11)/RS485, RS423 (V.10), RS232 (V.28), V.35, RS530, as well as other Mixed Protocol modes. These features, along with a high performance PCI interface engine, give the PMC-SIO4BXR unsurpassed performance in a serial interface card.
Low-Noise 24-Bit Delta-Sigma PC104-Plus Analog Input Board with 200 KSPS Sample Rate per Channel
The six channel PC104P-24DSI6LN analog input board provides high-density 24-bit analog input resources on a standard PC104-Plus module. Each of the six analog input channels contains a low-pass image filter and a delta-sigma A/D converter that provides digital antialias filtering. The board features a 256 K-sample FIFO buffer, synchronous or independent ADC clocking, and is software-compatible with the PC104P-24DSI12 board.
Custom Board Development
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The time span to develop a new product is typically 8 to 14 weeks. In one case we made a major design variation (doubled FIFO width) in less than two weeks (from decision to delivered product); this included new artwork, raw board fab, assembly, and testing. The challenge of doing a high quality design in the shortest time possible is an important part of our company's culture. We have a winning team focused on high quality, state-of-the-art products, and good customer service.
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